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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 May 1911

SENTINEL.JOURNAL P JULSH-4D WEEKLY. PICKiENS. SOUTH CAlf oJIlNA.. The harem skirt oizgbt to fool the qnouse some.. The farmer, A*like the consumer, goes to seed 14-the sprint Soon again the housefly will engage attention as anenemy'to mankind. Missouri 11A- <bd corncob pipe rec ord. This, hiQ* vo'r, .is not regarded as a sporting evaent. And the indiustrious cow has taken her place in the hall of fame beside the industrious hen. According to an 14tgIlish professor, the human race Is 170,000 years old. It hasn't much sense for its age. Now Wellesley proposes to raise cats for laboratory pmrpos;es, why not utilizo them for (he glee club, also? T'le witchcraft of 200 years ago Is now called mIaligiant aunimal inagne tism, and it is the saine old article. Twenty-five mililoit persons smoked Misrouri corieo) pipes last year, and half of tlmi borrowed the tobacco. Along with taxing bchelors why not give away a imnaiTiago license (10 luxo! and a first paymient on a parlor set. At the sa...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 May 1911

AFTER 7 YEARS SUFERINI I Was Cured by Lydia 1. Pink. ham's Vegetable Compound Waurika, Okla.-"I had female trou, bles for seven ars, was all run down Sand ao nervous I could not do any thing. The doctors treated me for dif, ferent things but did me no good. I got so bad that I could not sleep day or nig y hia this condition I read of Lydia E. Pink. ham's Vegetable Compound, and began Its use and wrote to Mrs. Pin ham for advice. In -, short time I had gained my average wel ht and am now strong and well." -Mrs. SALLIE STEVENs, R. F. D., No. 8, 73ox 81, Waurika, Okia. Another Grateful Woman. Huntington, Mass.-" I was In a ner. vous, run down condition and for three years could find no help. "I owe my present-good health to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com found and Blood Purifier which I bo. eve saved my life. "My doctor knows what helped me and does not say one word against It." --Mrs. MAn= JANETTE BATEs, BOX 134, Huntington, Mass. Because your case is a difficult one, doctors having...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 May 1911

HANDSOME PIA I11 a, Subkoription Camn 1000 Votes For .1 Contest Has Started Read Candida Get In The Game, Get Busy, Everybody Subscribe Get busy, everyhmly. Elnter the great Coltiet now going on. In1 tli iss lt is a compImentary coipoll. good for 1000 votes. lIFIII ii out for yourself or ,one friend. You can start as nny people in Ih cla ontest ai you want to, but only one of these c11 s110118 will be allowed t i coritestalit-the banlince of the votel' they receive ulist ho gotton by ketting siiscription.,. job work and advertising for this paper, Votes on theso proposi_ tonls will beallowed accordinig to tle cliedulo below. The coitest wili be run according to th riles publishod in our issues of Feb ruary 2d aid 9th. uit. See those papers and get to work. The rules governing tle contest, are few. Simple and easy. Aniyboldy c1111 easily comply with thei. To all ptHl ii contracting for job worc or advertisitig we will allow votes oil the 1s111e basis tleat we (o for tib scriptioins. ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 May 1911

ITw fr 27 1110 I 11111'TiM III r firp *Beber Iln1 S N.. N Phin.~ 1Jn2~~S3TINE=ORA mitered4pi 23, 1903 at Pickonis 86 C. ais second classb Mail Ruttier, maier act ofvongress or March 3, 1871 40th Year PJOKEN&* S. (. MA) 1. 1.911.Nu er$ lot THIS HANS m ME m. YOUR CHOICE OF A FINE $350.oo Th 1e ne aUI( A pIoint metsI ar in HARVARD Keepijg with hut High Muulard OR r which av miade hese pianos tmous.. * MARSHALL e .... . Material, Scale, Tone, ' WENDALL, Act ion, Workmanship,. 7 1-3 Octaves., Three Pedals. Ivory Keys Durabi INf MAHOGANY, WALNUT or OAK CASE. orvery est, Id~l 6 6 ~De ireCt rum t . Cto V 'I 'W, . .~% ? . - - * L.,:..%.% To the Young Lady Winning it by Popular Vote. 0 Y.la is ypumake no mistake ii working w t h i' grand premium. Lt is one you will avays X ,be proudo. It will be an exceedingly handsome liee o f parlor fiuniture and an adornment to any home. This piano has tull iron plate, triple unisons, double repeating action, mckeled action brackets, tun * ing pins and...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 May 1911

SENTINEL-JOURNAL PUBLISHED WEEKLY. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA. And here comes the four-slit skirt. The trouser skirt is the only one that needs police protection. The price of lobsters has gone up, but this is no excuse for being one. It wouldgt seem fair to tax bach elors and let the young widowers es cape. The "bungalow" hat is the latest for women. Can it be bought on the in stallment plan? It was Queen Elizabeth who said a lie Is an intellectual method of meet ing a difliculty. The population of India is 315.000. 000. an increase of 20.500,000 since S 1901. No race suicide there. Absolute independence consists, E says one writer, in eating onions and 4 not giving a-darn who knows it. d - . b "Convicts are not the worst men," says a Chicago preacher. Still, there are a lot of good men out of prison. C t Sant!nw, the strong man, is trying r to build King George up to his own b standard as against coronation week. -b A ('hicago minister says that some marriages are planned by Satan, a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 May 1911

Voi'e Good, Sweet Tone Is Always Factor o.i. F4-%*ctorGrea't Help - By DR. MADISON C. PETERS HE. voice is- a fqctor which cannot'be overlooked as an aid t T success. The man who, has a sonorous ring in his tones, whose enunciation. is clear and free' f6mi- affectation and, who uset good language, -inspires our. confidence. and 'attracts attention to what he says-just 'a's we are rdeelled' by the harsh, discor dant speech and careless, slipshod vocabulary of him: who is either handicapped by natuie ivith a poor voice or who.ieglects to train his vocal organs in the art of pleasing. No one can take to a har'h, rasping voice. It creates a general discord and .all try to get away from its influence. There is a love of music implanted in every soul. The harmony of sweet sounds soothes and captivates and makes us feel at ease. 'Tis through the ear that we are enabled to realize the beauty and melody of the universe The notes of the skylark enthrall us; we lislen in rapture to his full and...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 May 1911

J 'S 4urinng ..esReaonbl ubmcrlption Pricei One Dollar a Year In Advance. Oll '9 .sI' kens FatoO09 Ban8d Olae Mail Matter -FICKNS, S. 0. t TilURSDAY. MAYA. 1911 -e-Lest you Forget." Did you -ever stop to think Shatthe.amount you owed some one person kept lots of debts from being paid? Your dollar might settle a dozen bills before it finally gets into the bank on deposit. The excuse that you cannot pay now. that you need the money for something else, is a poor business policy-in fact it is a detriment to credit, not -nly .to -you- bub to the other man also, who was depending on you ,settling %your. obligation to him in-order to-liquidate his own in debtedness. The basis of these remarks is our own personal ex perience. We have undertaken to pay bank notes and other bills, andiin order to do so have presented bills to our friends and been met with a refusal, follow -ed by the ,explanatoiy remark that we didn't need the money and they did. Only the other day a man, a .good ifarmor and ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 May 1911

W':' deaorn Ii q uisckwh I OCAL BREVITIES hmoIfusa ,low Ad ome h Yo1 kilt [how About Ou TOw=, Couty & People 1; -Sam. son' of Rev. ', we 6maborn, Is "quite sick With 9unna at' the home of his 9r; in-Pickens. -Married, at the home of the brid4!s parents, in . Liberty, on the 2hh ult., Miss Florence 0. Davis and Rev. 0. A. Allison, pastor of the Second Baptist church, Laurens, S. 0. -T. D. Harris, of Pickens has treated himself to a handsome 7-passenger White Steamer car and the boys ars enjoying many a- ride these days. His son Wil lie Is an excellent chauffeur. -We call your attention to the ad. of A. M. Morris, in this issue. Mr. Morris has some fine, farming lands and town prop erty that he wishes to dispose of, and will make terms and prices rersonable. This is your cance to pick up some valuable property in and around Pickens. -Mr. John S Gilstrap, while driving a mule. to a wagon. one day last week, was serlously hurt about the face. Themule became frightened at a .stump, a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 May 1911

THE NAl] By LAWRENCE - Miss -Gertrude Ainsley put on her hat that sunny spring day and walked down the road and over the creek and up into the woods on the hill. There were stately elms and beeches and maples; the spice-bush gave out its scent; there were violets under foot everywhere, and the robins and blue birds seemed to welcome an intruder. There were paths running here and there, and as the girl took one of them nhe heard a queer sound from the brush on her right, and investigated to find a rabbit caught by the leg in a snare. Poor Hunny was having a hard time of it, and it frightened him tihe more as tie girl approaclhed. lie bounded this way and that and into the air, but the snare held and he cried and whiimpere(l and feared for his life. When the girl had come closer and began to call him poor thing and ex claim that it was a burning shame, the captive uliddled down and stared at her withi his great big eyes. She was stroking it with her hand when a boy of twelve caie runn...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 May 1911

KENNEDY TO Archbishop Ryan's work two years bel Prior to the suffragan bishops' meel movable rectors met. The pope's sur they place Bishop Kennedy first uptb Falconlo, papal delegate, upset by the Catholic archbishops in the United St for Archbishop Ryan's successor. Th favoring Prendergast. Falconto forwa according to precedents, there is but Bishop Prendergast archbishop. NEW HEAD FC 4 Carl Raymond Gray, senior vice president of the St. Louis and San Francisco line, with headquarters in St. Louis, has resigned to become president of the steam and electric railroads of the Hill system, with headquarters at Portland, Ore.. suc ceeding John F. Stevens. The ar rangements were made by James J. Hill. W. C. Nixon, vice-president and general manager, will succeed Gray as senior v'ice-president of the Frisco, with Charles M. Levy and W. V. H1. Rosing as assistants to the vice-presl dent and with W. T. Tyler as general manager. The offer from 11111 to Gray was pending while lloward Elliott,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 May 1911

OF H e orI oecloiaM es O11 SJOHN HR WILLIAMS, 1 %- rf M- W ir begto PIANO ME RCHANT, M Ibegtoannounce to my friends and patrons that on M~ay 1st Imived M SBach to my old stand in the Grand Opera flousee Butidin.1, which has iM jg been thoroughly overhauled into a Moder a Plate Glass Office and display Mt )1 room, where a sample line of Player Pianos, Organs and a complete )( g )( stoclk of Victor Talking Machines, Victor Victrolas, R ed Seil and Domes- )( )( tic Records will be carried, and where I will mike a specialty of the Vic )( tor Talking Machines and Player Piano Business. .No more lodern or complete facilities for handling these os can be found ic h to stad- the Souh T stalkng Machine De-n ahns Vco itoaRe el dDms >i teod ill Thin ofrid an w h e ,deili iouaseilody the- i plate glass sound- 'sweet old songs, the string band, proof, booths, each Orchestra and Grand Opera mu rovidedl with Stur- sic that might b trickling into tios canlelsurn( v Electric Ven- your senses day ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 May 1911

... . .. - -- P IKENS SENTINEL JOU NAL ntered April 23, 1903 at Pletcnsi, N. V. am secon4 class naall aatter tinder act o0 Uonjgrea ' oflMarel, 3, 1879 40th Year PICKENS. S. C., MA 1 18, 1911. * Ofnece51 YOUR CHOICE OF A FINE $350.oo H ARVARD OR ~ MA RSH ALL WENDALL, Q. 7 1-3 Octaves. Three Pedals. Ivory Keys. MAHOGANY,1WALNUT or OAK CASE. 4Shipped irec To the Young La Young ladies, you nake no mistake in worki -...--t-will be an exceedingly hands any hon' . This piano has tWill iron plate, triple unisons, * ing pins and cased hamLer rail, gi.aduating lpedals, copper wound bass strings, case of ha] IcarvedL ornaments,-rolling falI=board-, contin a * Height, 4 feet 8 inches; length, 5 feet 2 inches zxoAbsolutely Given A These instruments a JOHN H. WILLIAMS, The Leadi g And for any information you may desire, not given here, you We would appreciate it a favor if you would asIc him all about the ture. VU These pianos reta ~~ THE YOUNG LADY~ 11 __In our subscription-ge F~R EE B ALLOT . ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 May 1911

SENTINEL-MJOURNAi PUBLISHE.D W'EKrLY. Swat the flyt If all dreams came true, people would soon quit eating mince pie. The modern man who takes up his bed and walks is the mattress sales* nan. Holland produces 142,000 pounds of butter a year. Enough to butter both sides of her bread. If the drinking cup is to go, some economist of pocket space might com. bine a straw with a fountain pen. "imbecile insanity" is the newest. We moay yet hear of "insane lunacy" if the experts run out of adjectives. Shoe manufacturers announce that the feet of American women are grow Ing larger. The ungallant wretches! The story persists that the monorail sysvm of transportation is to go to Alaska and grow up with the country. The Clilcago youth who eloped with a girl andi seven trunks would make a wb:( -ivcces in the express business. Tlie Ok lalioma wonian who has 13 rolls. !l untider 5 years of age. is not sufferinug frorn the lack of soiething to do. There seems to be a remarkable in to(r1n1ational 1i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 May 1911

HEADS MOH Ing conditions with unbiased eyes, and preventive and corrective policies. A Schoff is unexcelled, having an oxha the power to clothe her thought in clem also has a (lightful voice which is eas Among the elements which make up M earnestness, her sincerity and her important work in the world is the coi terful and a born leader, she is whol initiative, yet conservative to a degree uncompromising where principle is at essentials. Thus it is that she wins thi "ASSISTANT" Rt Forty years in one position is not a bad record, but this is what has been accomplished by Lord Knollys, the king's private secretary, whose re tirenient is now imminent. le orig inally intended to give up his arduous duties at tlie o'd; I the late king, and it was wt. stood that lie merely stayed 6, e..- order to "train in" Sir Arthur Bigge, upon whose shoulders the responsibilities of the royal secretaryship will now fall. S-uch a post requires not only bard work, but a keen knowledge of the world, combin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 May 1911

...... . ....... . .O A kdwIv'rteim1 fist4s q lq 1eo40ofll sIubserlpt4oia 1'rIC4% Olke. vo)ijar a Ytii Mi~t~td.t~ PIO o sUB i'ol) as SOCOMJI MR% Mail Matter Pearidge. Plewse allow 11" .'S,)flc( ill the (learl old A.-.J. Iiea1th of this -. -octi veiv 'mo tV preseti t, except, the I lit t I" sonl (W All. 'and Mr.L. 'P. 'St plieliis.- who has thuc -z e;Lsles. 1Rev. J. Ai. Vostevl tilled his regular appojlt ilieit 41 WI11 taiii V~ ic ,'x churiichi lat1 S.i'i iiay. -ils 1401111110) \V's fll ! (.1, vailiial thought. aaili fi-nd Mal..\ The I~ -ik apl .1da fillcihcW. ' . 1 ). nlv a ole'i ~~ieii Cltlilit V 1ic~( iida whic wnsiig \1'tlv ( \Uiljo'i (Ao bY.- al prearu. Mr.i Bartt ..,16hs \I ill~it hci'iie .iidt aSndy and A it Itet tit rabbitI it wiil I -, his (lIji hif II sharn it trijul Wav11iq vo i' 1W it ted, Fo11 M Sn 1)rt. ofE.Y (aioli tW wQ(i(th Mr 13d dhi't4 Ihelc'ou~ Ii .1111 v iin and sAltel IS, viane 1 al( . 1141Ii Ch~ihh!l . of o-vo -u Ii~'v sa 11Il i i I ',' tter :i ,1.-t ll c 11111...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 May 1911

- . * . .. Pickene sethnol-jourual LOCAL BREITIE Some Things You'iow and Somo'i You Don't Knov, About Our Towns, County &People 4 -There ,ar0 W)mIP peopleP inl Pickens so good that theya nlot good for anything. -There are sonm people who I think that Sunday is a sponge I to wipo out their sihis of lte past week. --Reports froni1 vaIou!Ts see tions of the county say that the hail Saturday did conisider'able damago, espeeially to the whIat Crou. --A wVomlan ('an stiraiighteng up a nian's bsk in fiive miniutes so C ffelCtuai tI thatL. hep w\on'tj- bo able (o find I nthinl- hle wv(ats ill five hours. --- p ssillIist is a mgnVIi who -can't enjov the beuties of anl apple blossomli, because lie only thnsof, the! possible Shona1;Ch ache it represents. - -Monday was a, fairly bIsyr day in Pickens, many of the ~ountry people (0olilia to town to trad., and all of thmlin speak !ng of the 1uage done to the crops hv tle hail 4atiunav aftoriiooni. of *Pickenls:. loft Iuesday fr Jacksoiville, ....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 May 1911

o ride Into Now York on a freight train is a heinous offense. The law says so. Rtailroad companies sug gested the law and secured Its enact ment. They prefer to handle their - passenger traffic In the regular way. Pares cannot so easily be collected rromi passengers who are secreted around the trucks. Fesides, freight train trvelers have gained the repu tation of being uncertain per'sonS. They someties steal small things n--at. richi persons would not think of steailing. Yet, ayxainst them as the law N patrons of the box pour Into New York at all seasons of the year.I An Ohio boy, one rmorning last witelr. was In ouirt for beating his way Into the metropolis. le only sixteen yers old. and rather sall for isage. Ills coat fitted hfim a little too soon and ewas o it. imadn't had time to slick up since hle was pulled from the truck. Still. hie was cheerful. Answered the court.'s questions as :J it ere a pleasure. Tod all about the folk at bitmeo. anid why hie left homne. lIeI and anoth...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 May 1911

VOICES RESTORED. AS FRIENDS PRAY Religious Revival in South Caro lina Scene of Remarkable Episode. $HOUTS IN JOY AND SINGS Speechless for Three Years Man Finds Voice Suddenly Restored-Men Make Affidavit to Strarge Cure at Baptist Re. vival Services. Charleston, S. -C.-Thomas Drayton Poore of Oconee county, who gradual. ly, lost his voice and had not been able to utter an articulate sound for three years, has recovered in an in stant, it is said, the full power of speech while hundreds looked on and prayed. Poore is a well-to-do planter and real estate operator. He has been for many years a leading member of the Baptist church in Westminster, and his word, his neighbors unite in saying, is thoroughly trustworthy. Mr. Poore early in 1908 began to be troubled with neryous symptoms. They rapidly progressed, and in Feb ruary of that year his voice began to fail. He had been a public speaker, and for many years had been accus. tomed to sing in the church, his tones being unusually strong ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 May 1911

MarIetta, R.~.i Notwithstanding the late verv Ir - )opious rainsA, theIe has luei a, reat deal of work done on 4he w farms. Cotton seed is about all W Misses Ruth and Cen ie CqpL-Njr" visitedl their brother Jvxhn , Satulrday night anld Sum" "''tre was a largo r - I at Conoy chui. ssemlIge RV.. (J. A ast Sunday. .( onboni preached a finle seron .'A I. to an attentive con 01. . II inni Med, unIn)1 1 vi-;ied Mihss Saitlliv R oper-, Sundaly ar noon; the girls report, a gr'and time. Mr I'. and Mri's. l.)Ilmps. 3 -lJe ui kinl visited thei IAh-r-'s p rns 1.11. fI ti 'M rs. eov (illiil , kis 1 Aliss )live Roper gave thc. youllg folk., sinillu 'Sulay 1 aeroon hc was hearutily (InjOy(I hv all i'present. \lr. .nil's , Iinls, ot Sugar \'allbv, (1., wm' a visitor in the (hdhnoyv soction last. MI'liuar. .\lis Iit ilips spent, S"atur (Il n iI It with Alis I vi ]a W or1 .11141, W l -I 'les, \II l ~ Orii anl \j~ ih llae McJunlkin '1nd Edwani l enUlled m, Als Jennic (.'o ll, Sa tn I s. v. Mr. ,1essi ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 May 1911

LKENS. SNT IE JOUDMtK' tatered AprailIS. 1903 at Plekenst S. 0. a* vecos:mml easm mailtter, Under act ol'U4ougrepu of'. yareiga, 1879 46th Year PICKENS. . , MAI 25, 1911. Numher 5* Take it from the oldest man in the bunch, " Red Meat" tob. acco is the chew for men. No spice-no excessive sweetening nothing to hurt your stomach-just good old North Carolina to bacco, properly aged and perfectly sweetened. That's why it won't give you heartburn. It's our treat to put yqu on to the real thing in good chewing. Cut out this ad. and mail to us with your name and address for attractive FREE offer to chewers only. LIIPFERT SCALES CO., Winston-Salem. N. C. A ddress .... . ................. ....................................... Addes__.. VICIOR Sacred Music for Sunday Dance Musifor Everyday. Nothing Lile a Vic* 0.14 Write for Cata. J ogue of new - Records. John H, Williaims, Grand Opera Building, ELEGA N T rBA RGAINS Everybody has a desire to possess something that they can call their own---m...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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